It's already wild

We don't need to make it wilderness and restrict public access.

Wild Olympics Con-game

Oppose Wild Olympics ~ 250,000 acres of restrictive designations in Wilderness and Wild & Scenic Rivers.

STOP the land grab! ~ Keep the land working for All to enjoy!

Wild Olympics Con-game


Wild Olympics is currently on it's 6th year of trying to permanently lockup over 250,000 acres of the Olympic Peninsula forest land and rivers in Wilderness and Wild & Scenic Rivers Designations. Five times we have successfully defeated these Bills in Congress. We will continue to STOP Wild Olympics land grab attempts and expose the Con-game they try.

Wilderness Designation ~ 126,000+ acres


The most restrictive of all land use designations. Would permanently lock up the forest to all "mechanized uses", anything motorized.......vehicles, chainsaws, bicycles, strollers..... These 126,000 acres of Forest Service Land has 65 miles of existing roads used for public access and they would be blocked, piled and destroyed with the Wild Olympics support. 

Wild & Scenic Rivers ~ 125,000+ acres


Designate 24 rivers Wild & Scenic would restrict the use of the waterways and the land for 1/4 mile on either side of the rivers. Eliminating motorized use to fisherman and recreationers, while limiting foot access by restricting roads and trails within 1/4 mile.

Working Wild Olympics
STOPPED these Bills:

This Con-game destroys public access, not enhancing or creating more as they try and con-vince the public to drink their wild oly kool-aid.

Public Access Matters

First they came for the Loggers, and I did not speak out—

Because I was not a Logger.

Then they came for the Miners, and I did not speak out—

Because I was not a Miner.

Then they came for the Anglers, and I did not speak out—

Because I did not fish.


Then they came for the Recreationist, and I did not speak out—

Because I was not a camper, mountain-biker or horsemen.


Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.

Working Wild Olympics

It is already wild